Last Week In Review: ETF News And Blog Posts To 1/13/2013

In case you missed it, here’s a summary of the ETF topics and market reviews I posted to my blog during the week ending on 1/13/2013.

The pace of last week’s pump fest slowed noticeably, but the S&P 500 managed to add some 6 points over the last five trading sessions.

As I have facetiously posted before, it appears to be downright illegal for an index to close in the red, as the automatic last hour afternoon lift-a-thon always throws an assist when market direction appears to look dicey. This is how things work now in a centrally planned market, which by now no longer resembles any similarity to the actual underlying economy.

If you have not noticed this phenomenon, you can review the intraday chart of the S&P 500 at day’s end; it’s posted daily with my market commentary.

Over past week, we covered the following:

One Man’s Opinion: Do US Banks Still Pose A Systemic Risk To The Economy?

New ETFs On The Block: iPath S&P MLP ETN (IMLP)

ETF/No Load Fund Tracker Newsletter For Friday, January 11, 2013

Weekly StatSheet For The ETF/No Load Fund Tracker Newsletter – Updated Through 1/10/2013

Chinese Export Data Lifts Equities; Europe Falters As ECB Keeps Rates On Hold

7 ETF Model Portfolios You Can Use – Updated through 1/8/2013

More Slippage Ahead Of Earnings Season; Europe Retreats On Mixed Data

Indexes Retreat Ahead Of Earnings Season; Europe Slips On Profit Taking

ETFs/Mutual Funds On The Cutline – Updated Through 1/4/2013

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